Hear this out loudPauseWhich paint should I use? For painting on marble, you’ll need to get your hands on latex-based or chalk paint in a single, flat colour. This paint will need to go on top of a three-in-one primer which will include an undercoat and prevent soot and dust coming through from your fire.
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Move the brush in only one direction. Paint the entire sink and counter with a thin coat of paint. Do not feather the brush at the end of the brush strokes. Allow the first coat to dry. Run a piece of 1,000 grit sandpaper under water. Use light pressure to gently buff out any imperfections in the paint job.
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Cultured marble can be painted. Cultured marble sinks are often constructed in a single piece with a cultured marble counter. Refinishing the sink typically requires you to refinish the counter top as well. Cultured marble is unlike other solid surface.
How to Refinish & Paint a Cultured Marble Sink
- Step 1. Remove the faucets from the sink area and set aside.
- Step 2. Clean the sink thoroughly with trisodium phosphate (TSP). Scrub with a sponge to remove all soap scum and other…
- Step 3. Pour a small amount of water on the sink and counter. Sand the surface with 220 grit sandpaper. Use an orbital…
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Hear this out loudPausePaint with a either a brush or a high density roller. It took three coats to completely cover the preexisting marble here. You’ll need to let each coat of paint dry for about an hour before applying the next coat. Once you have the desired coverage, you need to let the paint cure.
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